to this day he has been held in the highest esteem by the whole Community. His suavity of manner & intelligent conversation, together with the kind interest he took in the welfare of every one have obtained for him a rememberance that will long be gratefully cherished. At 4 P.M. Capt. Denham embarked & soon after the "Herald" made sail, on her cruise.
The "Juno" sent in her boats this morning & got such things as were wanted, her ships company sent us on shore some bags of bead & we in return sent them some fresh beef. Capt. F. sent a letter [to the?] Magistrate but did not land himself. At 5 o clock Lieut. Gregorie went on board and resumed his duties there and at 7. the "Juno" left us. Lieut. Gregorie's stay among us was short we were sorry to lose him for he is [?] a favorite with our people and deservedly so, and both to him and Captain Mathers & the rest of the officers of the "Juno" we are deeply indebted for their continual kindness & liberality.
Now we are all alone humanly speaking. Yet is one in the midst of us who watcheth over us by night and by day
This morning a sail was descried at no great distance by her rig we were at no loss to understand whom she had on board, for we were aware that the Bishop of New Zealand had been here a short time previous to our arrival, and that his Lordship intended to go to [?] and then return hither. As soon as she approached near enough our whale boat went on board & soon returned with the Bishops Chaplain The Rev. Mr. J.C. Pattieson. The Bishop proposes landing on the morrow & to bring Mrs. Selwyn